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IMMIGRATE TO BRITISH COLUMBIA

British Columbia has world class cities, mountains, ocean, rivers, lakes and rainforest. The temperature is warmer than other parts of Canada with mild, rainy weather in both summer and winter along the coast and generally warmer but snowy winters inland. The population is ethnically diverse, the cost of living is on the higher end, and a wide range of employment opportunities exist, including high tech, film industry, insurance, finance, mining, and forestry.

BRITISH COLUMBIA PROVINCIAL NOMINEE PROGRAM

The BC PNP is for foreign nationals who wish to establish themselves in British Columbia. You may qualify to immigrate to BC on the basis of:

  • A job offer with a BC based business, or
  • Completing advanced studies in BC, or
  • Investing in a business opportunity within BC.

PROGRAM DETAILS

1. Skills Immigration

The general process to apply for Permanent Residence under the Skills Immigration stream is as follows:

  1. Obtain a job offer in BC
  2. Create a an online profile with BC PNP & register for the program (not required for Health Care professional or International Post-Graduate)
  3. Receive an invitation to apply based upon your score with BC PNP (not required for Health Care professional or International Post-Graduate)
  4. Submit your BC PNP application online
  5. Receive a BC Provincial Nomination Certificate
  6. Apply for Permanent Residence to IRCC with a paper application

There are 5 categories of application under the Skills Immigration stream:

1. Skilled Worker

  • You have a job offer in BC in NOC 0, A or B (no LMIA required)
  • Min 2 years of work experience in same position
  • Must meet min income requirements
  • Job offer in NOC B requires min CLB 4 on a valid language test

2. Health Care Professional

  • You have a job offer with a public health authority in BC as a physician, nurse, or other health professional such as lab tech, radiation tech, sonographer, pharmacist, occupational therapist, midwife or physiotherapist (no LMIA required)
  • You have a min 2 years of work experience in same position
  • You meet min income requirements

3. International Graduate

  • You have graduated from a public Canadian University or College within the past 3 years, min 8 month program
  • You have a job offer in BC for a position that normally requires post-secondary education (no LMIA required)
  • You meet min income requirements
  • Job offer in NOC B requires min CLB 4 on language test results

4. International Post-Graduate

  • You have achieved a Masters degree or PhD in natural, applied or health sciences from a BC University within the past 3 years
  • You don’t require a job offer

5. Entry Level and Semi-Skilled

  • You are currently working in BC in an eligible occupation in the tourism/hospitality, long-haul trucking or food processing industry, OR
  • You are currently working in the Northeast Development Region in any NOC C or D occupation, except live in caregivers
  • You have a job offer from an eligible BC employer (new LMIA not required)
  • You have been working full time for at least 9 consecutive months before applying, with the BC Employer who has made you the job offer
  • Long haul truck drivers require a min of 2 years previous work experience + 9 months with BC employer
  • You meet min income requirements
  • You have completed education that is equivalent to a Canadian High School Diploma
  • You scored a min CLB 4 on a valid language test

In some situations, you may find that you could qualify under both the Skills Immigration and Express Entry BC streams. To help you determine your best pathway, below is a summary of the major differences between the two categories:

SKILLS IMMIGRATION

    • Combination of online and paper application process: first BC PNP Issues a nomination
      certificate based on their online process, then a federal paper application is made
      using the nomination certificate
    • Slower overall processing time until Permanent Residence is achieved
    • Eligible occupations in NOC 0, A, B, C or D
    • Previous work experience is not required in all categories
    • Application fee: CAD $700

EXPRESS ENTRY BC

    • Online application process
    • Faster overall processing time
    • Only for occupations in NOC 0, A or B (skilled positions)
    • Requires applicant to meet criteria for entry into Express Entry pool
    • Application fee: CAD $700

 

 

 

 

2. Express Entry BC

The Express Entry BC program is connected with IRCC’s Express Entry system, and enables qualified individuals to gain the additional 600 CRS points for a Provincial Nomination if they are chosen by the BC PNP.

You must first qualify to submit a profile under Express Entry, which means you meet the minimum criteria for one of the 3 qualifying federal programs – the Federal Skilled Worker ProgramThe Federal Skilled Trades Program, or the Canadian Experience Class.

The general process to apply for Permanent Residence under Express Entry BC is as follows:

  1. Submit an Express Entry Profile
  2. Obtain a job offer in BC
  3. Create an online profile with BC PNP & register for the program
  4. Receive an invitation to apply based upon your score with BC PNP
  5. Submit your BC PNP application online
  6. Receive a BC Provincial Nomination in your Express Entry profile
  7. Receive an invitation to apply for Permanent Residence through your Express Entry profile
  8. Apply for Permanent Residence through Express Entry

All applicants must:

  • Be qualified to perform the duties encompassed by their job offer,
  • Meet minimum income requirements depending on family size, and
  • Meet minimum language requirements

There are 4 categories of application under the EE BC stream:

Skilled Worker

  • You have a job offer in BC in NOC 0, A or B (no LMIA required)

Health Care Professional

  • You have a job offer in BC as a physician, nurse, or other health professional such as lab tech, radiation tech, sonographer, pharmacist, midwife, occupational therapist or physiotherapist
  • You can apply directly to BC PNP, no invitation is required

International Graduate

  • You have graduated from a Canadian University or College within the past 3 years
  • You have a job offer in BC

International Post-Graduate

  • You have achieved a Masters degree or PhD in natural, applied or health sciences from a BC University within the past 3 years
  • You don’t require a job offer
  • You can apply directly to the BC PNP, no invitation is required

In some situations, you may find that you could qualify under both the Skills Immigration and Express Entry BC streams. To help you determine your best pathway, below is a summary of the major differences between the two categories:

SKILLS IMMIGRATION

    • Combination of online and paper application process: first BC PNP Issues a nomination
      certificate based on their online process, then a federal paper application is made
      using the nomination certificate
    • Slower overall processing time until Permanent Residence is achieved
    • Eligible occupations in NOC 0, A, B, C or D
    • Previous work experience is not required in all categories
    • Application fee: CAD $700

EXPRESS ENTRY BC

    • Online application process
    • Faster overall processing time
    • Only for occupations in NOC 0, A or B (skilled positions)
    • Requires applicant to meet criteria for entry into Express Entry pool
    • Application fee: CAD $700

 

 

 

3. Entrepreneur Immigration

This stream is for business people with significant financial resources who want to operate a business in British Columbia.

To qualify you need at a minimum:

  • Personal net worth CAD $600,000
  • Previous business management experience: 3+ years as an active business owner-manager; or 4+ years as a senior manager; or a combination of at least 1 year as an owner and at least 2 years as a senior manager
  • Min education requires a post-secondary credential or 3 years out of past 5 years as active business owner

And you must be willing/able to do the following:

  • Establish a new business or purchase an existing business in BC (min 33 1/3 % ownership)
  • Invest at least CAD $200,000 into the business
  • Actively manage the business while living in BC
  • Create at least one new full-time job for a Canadian resident

Application fees: CAD $300 registration, $3500 application fee, $1000 for each key staff application

Entrepreneur Immigration Regional Pilot

The Regional Pilot stream is for experienced business people who would like to start a new business in a smaller community in BC (population less than 75,000).  Both the net worth and required investment are lower than the regular Entrepreneur stream.

To qualify you need at a minimum:

  • personal net worth CAD $300,000
  • community sponsorship – you must visit the community in BC where you plan to start your business and secure their recommendation of your plan
  • min CLB 4 on official language test
  • previous business management experience: 3+ years as an active business owner-manager; or 4+ years as a senior manager; or a combination of at least 1 year as an owner and at least 2 years as a senior manager
  • min education requires a post-secondary credential or 3 years out of past 5 years as active business owner (100% owner)

And you must be willing/able to do the following:

  • establish a new business in a BC community with fewer than 75,000 people (min 51 % ownership)
  • invest at least CAD $100,000 into the business
  • actively manage the business while living in the community
  • create at least one new full-time job for a Canadian resident

Application fees: CAD $300 registration, $3500 application fee, $1000 for each key staff application

 

4. Tech Pilot

The BC Tech pilot is not a separate BC PNP stream – applicants need to apply to BC PNP under one of the existing categories detailed above. However, if you have a job offer in BC that is for one of the 29 identified tech occupations, then you qualify for expedited processing under the Tech Pilot

Min one-year job offer needed

Weekly invitations to apply, faster processing

Application fee: CAD $700

COVID-19 puts over half of 2020 passenger revenues at risk (IATA)

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Dhaka: The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released updated analysis showing that the COVID-19 crisis will see airline passenger revenues drop by USD 314 billion in 2020, a 55 per cent decline compared to 2019.

On March 24, IATA estimated USD 252 billion in lost revenues (-44 per cent vs 2019) in a scenario with severe travel restrictions lasting three months.

Full-year passenger demand (domestic and international) is expected to be down 48 per cent compared to 2019. The two main elements driving this are:

Overall Economic Developments: The world is heading for recession. The economic shock of the COVID-19 crisis is expected to be at its most severe in Q2 when GDP is expected to shrink by 6 per cent (by comparison, GDP shrank by 2 per cent at the height of the Global Financial Crisis). Passenger demand closely follows GDP progression. The impact of reduced economic activity in Q2 alone would result in an 8 per cent fall in passenger demand in the third quarter.

Travel Restrictions: Travel restrictions will deepen the impact of recession on demand for travel. The most severe impact is expected to be in Q2. As of early April, the number of flights globally was down 80 per cent compared to 2019 in large part owing to severe travel restrictions imposed by governments to fight the spread of the virus. Domestic markets could still see the start of an upturn in demand beginning in the third quarter in a first stage of lifting travel restrictions. International markets, however, will be slower to resume as it appears likely that governments will retain these travel restrictions longer.

“The industry’s outlook grows darker by the day. The scale of the crisis makes a sharp V-shaped recovery unlikely. Realistically, it will be a U-shaped recovery with domestic travel coming back faster than the international market. We could see more than half of passenger revenues disappear. That would be a USD 314 billion hit. Several governments have stepped up with new or expanded financial relief measures but the situation remains critical. Airlines could burn through USD 61 billion of cash reserves in the second quarter alone. That puts at risk 25 million jobs dependent on aviation. And without urgent relief, many airlines will not survive to lead the economic recovery,” said Alexandre de Juniac, Director General and CEO, IATA.

Financial Relief

Governments must include aviation in stabilisation packages. Airlines are at the core of a value chain that supports some 65.5 million jobs worldwide. Each of the 2.7 million airline jobs supports 24 more jobs in the economy.

“Financial relief for airlines today should be a critical policy measure for governments. Supporting airlines will keep vital supply chains working through the crisis. Every airline job saved will keep 24 more people employed. And it will give airlines a fighting chance of being viable businesses that are ready to lead the recovery by connecting economies when the pandemic is contained. If airlines are not ready, the economic pain of COVID-19 will be unnecessarily prolonged,” said de Juniac.

IATA proposes a number of relief options for governments to consider, including:

Direct financial support to passenger and cargo carriers to compensate for reduced revenues and liquidity attributable to travel restrictions imposed as a result of COVID-19.

Loans, loan guarantees and support for the corporate bond market by governments or central banks. The corporate bond market is a vital source of finance for airlines, but the eligibility of corporate bonds for central bank support needs to be extended and guaranteed by governments to provide access for a wider range of companies.

Tax relief: Rebates on payroll taxes paid to date in 2020 and/or an extension of payment terms for the rest of 2020, along with a temporary waiver of ticket taxes and other government-imposed levies.

But the good new is that,in 2021 revenue pick point will be highest since 2017.

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Documents Required for Europe Visa

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Schengen Visa Application Requirements for Bangladesh

When applying for a visa to Europe you will have to submit some required documents as part of the Schengen visa application process.

The Schengen States have created a list of the required documents for each purpose of entry in this territory, and these requirements are approximately the same for stay in each of them.

In this article, you can find a checklist of the generally required documents to obtain a Schengen Visa, as well as the specific required documents for each visa type. In addition, you will also find a short brief for each requirement and their specifications.

What Documents are Required when Applying for a Schengen Visa?

The following list of documents are required for any short-term Schengen visa application:

  • Visa application form. Fully completed and signed.
  • Two recently taken photos must be attached. Both photos must be taken within the last three months, according to the visa photo requirements.
  • A valid passport. Not older than 10 years and it should valid for at least three more months beyond the date you plan to leave Schengen area. Older passports with visas on them (if you have any).
  • Round trip reservation or itinerary. It must include dates and flight numbers specifying entry and exit from the Schengen area. You can use the visa consultation services like this one. These guys can handle most of your visa requirements such as flight itineraries, hotel reservations along with free consultation over email.
  • Travel insurance policy. A document that proves you have travel health insurance for the whole Schengen territory, with a minimum coverage of 30,000 euros in case of any medical emergency as illnesses, accidents and even repatriation in case of death. The Insurance policy can easily be purchased online from AXA Schengen or Europ Assistance.
  • Proof of accommodation. A document that shows where you will be accommodated throughout your stay in Schengen. This can be one of the following:
    • A hotel/hostel booking.
    • A rental agreement.
    • A letter of invitation from a host at whose house you will be staying.
  • Proof of financial means. Evidence that you have enough money to support yourself financially throughout your stay in the Schengen. This can be one of the following:
    • Bank account statement – that shows you have enough money in your account for the trip. The statement shall be no older than 3 months.
    • Sponsorship Letter – by another person that confirms they will be financially supporting your trip to the Schengen. In order for this letter to be valid, it must be accompanied by a bank statement of the sponsor, no older than three months.
    • A combination of your bank account statement and a letter of sponsorship.
  • Proof of paid visa fee. €60 for adults and €35 for children from 6 to 12 years old.

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Along with the aforementioned generally required documents, Schengen embassies around the world require some specific documents from the visa candidates depending on their employment status as well as several additional documents depending upon the type of Schengen visa applied for.

Schengen Visa Requirements According to Applicant’s Employment Status

Specific required documents, based on visa applicant’s employment status are as following:

  • For employees:
    • Employment contract.
    • Current bank statement of the latest 6 months.
    • Leave permission from the employer.
    • Income Tax Return (ITR) form or Certificate of Income Tax deducted at the source of salary.
  • For the self-employed:
    • A copy of your business license.
    • Company bank statement of the latest 6 months.
    • Income Tax Return (ITR).
  • For students:
  • For retirees:
    • Pension statement of the latest 6 months.
  • If unemployed and married to an EU citizen:
    • Confirmation of Employment letter, no older than three months, from their spouse’s employer stating the position held within the company as well as the starting date.
    • Spouse’s valid passport.
    • An official marriage certificate.

What Documents are Required for Schengen Visa for Minors?

The parents / legal guardians of minors applying for a Schengen visa, must submit some extra documents for the underage applicant:

  • The minor’s birth certificate.
  • Application form signed by both parents.
  • Family court order – in cases where only one parent has full custody over the child.
  • Certified copies of ID / passport of both parents.
  • A notarized parental authorization signed by both parents / guardians if the minor will be travelling alone.

Specific Documents Required According to Schengen Visa Type

Apart from all the aforementioned documents, depending on the Schengen visa type you are applying for, several additional documents should be submitted as well.

Below you will find the information about all the additional documents needed for any type of Schengen visa separately.

Documents Required when Applying for an Airport Transit Visa

The additional required documents to obtain a Schengen Airport transit visa are:

  • A valid visa (if needed) for the final country one is travelling to
  • The flight ticket for the final country you are travelling to

Documents Required when Applying for a Visa to Visit Relatives or Friends

The additional required documents to obtain a Schengen visa to visit relatives / friends are:

  • Affidavit of Support. In case one does not have a bank account or does not own enough funds to be taking care of their expenses during this travel, one must ask the visiting friends or relatives to sign an “official affidavit of support” at the corresponding office in his/her place of residence. Make sure you carry the original document when applying for the visa.
  • Travel Itinerary. The applicant’s description of their trip, the purpose of travelling, the time frame and all the personal date written down in a letter.
  • Means of Subsistence. If the applicant declares that he/she will be covering all the travel expenses, proof of one’s financial status is requested otherwise if the relative/friend is to cover the applicant’s expenses, a formal document issued by the competent authorities to a resident of a Schengen country (the friend/relative in this case) is to be submitted.
  • Letter of Invitation. By the relative/friend residing in a Schengen country. If the applicant will be covering the expenses on his/her own, the relatives/friend’s name, address and the copy of their passport will suffice. In case that the friend/relative is not a citizen of this Schengen country, the copy of the residency permit will also be required.

Documents Required when Applying for a Tourist Visa

The additional required documents to obtain Schengen visa for tourism purposes are:

  • Bank statement. Preferably for the last 6 months.
  • Affidavit of Support. In case one does not have a bank account or does not own enough funds to be taking care of their expenses during this travel, one must ask the visiting friends or relatives to sign an “official affidavit of support” at the corresponding office in his/her place of residence. Make sure you carry the original document when applying for the visa.
  • Travel Itinerary. The applicant’s description of their trip, the purpose of travelling, the time frame and all the personal date written down in a letter, as well as hotel reservations or a formal invitation letter from a resident of a Schengen country.

Documents Required when Applying for a Business Visa

On the following link you can find the list of required documents to obtain a Business Schengen visa.

Documents Required when Applying for a Training Visa

The additional required documents to obtain a Schengen Training visa are:

  • Enrollment certificate. At an eligible institution for the courses one will be attending in the Schengen country.
  • No objection letter. NOC from the educational institution where the visa applicant is currently enrolled (if applicable)

Documents Required when Applying for a Medical Visa

The additional required documents to obtain a Schengen Medical visa are:

  • A letter from a doctor / clinic / hospital in the home country of the visa candidate, that he or she needs medical treatment.
  • Official confirmation of the treatment/appointment by the receiving medical institution (hospital/clinic) in EU.
  • Proof of financial means. Proof that the applicant has sufficient financial means to pay the medical expenses and other related expenses throughout their treatment. This can be one of the following:
    • Bank statements.
    • Letter of sponsorship + bank statements of the sponsor.
    • Proof of advance payments of the treatment + bank statement for other related expenses.
    • Verbal note from the Ministry of Health of applicant’s home country – which must declare the readiness of the relevant government of the applicant’s home country to cover his medical treatment costs (for covered medical treatment by the Government of the home country of the applicant).

Other Travel Purposes

If the purpose of your visa is different than any of those listed above, then you should collect the additional documents listed below, according to your purpose of traveling to Europe.

Documents Required when Travelling to Europe for the Purpose of Studying

The additional required documents to obtain a Schengen Student visa are:

  • Two application forms instead of one.
  • Letter of acceptance at an EU University/College/School.
  • Proof of financial means. Documents that show one is able to reside and financially maintain him / herself during their stay in the Schengen zone.

Documents Required when Travelling to Europe for the Purpose of Employment

The additional required documents to obtain a Schengen Working visa are:

  • Two application forms instead of one.
  • Employment contract. Contract between the applicant and the future employer residing in the Schengen territory.

Documents Required when Travelling for the Purpose of Joining a Spouse Residing in EU

The additional required documents to obtain a Schengen visa to join a Spouse residing in the EU are:

  • Two application forms instead of one.
  • The original certified copy of the marital certificate.
  • A copy of spouse’s passport, if he / she is an EU citizen. If the spouse is not an EU citizen, but only lives in a Schengen country the copy of his/her residency permit is to be submitted as well.

Documents Required when Travelling for the Purpose of Participating in Cultural, Sports or Religious events in Europe

The additional required documents to obtain a Schengen visa for Cultural, Sports or Religious events are:

  • Event Information. As i.e. invitation letters, entry tickets, enrollment conditions, detailed programme and other documents that present relevant information about the event.
  • Proof of previous performances. Participation in previous festivals and ceremonies (cultural, religious), sports competitions, winners certificates, proof of world/international ranking (sports).

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List of Bangladesh Embassy and Mission Worldwide

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List of Bangladesh Embassy and Mission Worldwide

Bangladesh Mission (Embassy) Abroad

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01.Bangladeshi High Commission in Canberra, Australia

Address :57 Culgoa Circuit O Malley ACT 2606 Australia City :Canberra

Country :Australia Phone : (+61) 2 6290-0511 / (+61) 2 6290-0522 / 33 ,Fax :(+61) 2 6290-0544 ,

Website : http://www.bhcanberra.com

Office Hours: 0900 hrs. to 1300 hrs. & 1330 to 1700 hrs. (Monday to Thursday)

0900 hrs. to 1300 hrs. & 1400 to 1700 hrs. (Friday)

 

02. Bangladeshi Consulate in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Address : Ruggieri 2930 Torre Ducale Piso 1º C 1425 Buenos Aires Argentina

City :Buenos Aires , Country :Argentina

Phone :(+54) (11) 4804-5279 , Fax :(+54) (11) 4806-0851

 

03. Bangladeshi Consulate in Tirana, Albania

Address :Rr. Elbasanit, nr. 28 Sauk Tirana Albania

City :Tirana , Country :Albania

Phone :(+355) 42 354 569 Fax :(+355) 42 354 796

 

04. Bangladeshi Consulate General in Perth, Australia

Address :Level 4 33 Barrack Street Perth Western Australia 6000 Australia

City :Perth , Country , Australia

Phone :(+61) 8 9221 1544  , Fax :(+61) 8 9221 1588

Office Hours: Mon-Thu: 09.00-13.00 and 14.00-16.00 Visits by appointment

 

05. Bangladeshi Consulate General in Sydney, Australia

Address :188-196 Parramatta Road Ashfield New South Wales 2131 Australia

City :Sydney , Country :Australia

Phone :(+61) 2 9797 1605 , Fax : (+61) 2 9797 1057

 

06. Bangladeshi Consulate in Baku, Azerbaijan

Address :8 Gulu Guliyev Street 40 Baku 1007 Azerbaijan

City :Baku , Country : Azerbaijan

Phone :(+994) 12 497 3053 , Fax :(+994) 12 497 3435

 

07. Bangladeshi Embassy in Manama, Bahrain

Address :House No. 1, Street Building 674, Road 3213, Mahooz, Block 332 P.O.

Box 26718 Manama Bahrain

City :Manama , Country :Bahrain

Phone :(+973) 1 774 1976 / 54 , Fax :(+973) 1 774 1927

Website :http://www.bdembassy.org.bh

 

08. Bangladeshi Embassy in Brussels, Belgium

Address :J. Jordaensstraat 29-31 1000 Brussels Belgium

City :Brussels , Country :Belgium

Phone :(+32) 2 640 55 00 / (+32) 2 640 56 06 , Fax :(+32) 2 646 59 98

Website :http://brussels.mofa.gov.bd

Office Hours: 0930 to 1700 hrs.

 

09. Bangladeshi Embassy in Thimphu, Bhutan

Address :Plot No. HIG-3 Upper Chubachu P.O.Box 178, Thorilan Thimphu Bhutan

City :Thimphu ,Country :Bhutan

Phone :(+975) 2-222362 / 322888 or (+975) 2-322539 , Fax :(+975) 2-322629

Office Hours: 0900 to 1600 hrs. ( in winter) 0900 to 1700 hrs. ( in summer)

 

10. Bangladeshi Consulate General in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Address :Husrefa Red~ica 13 71000 Sarajevo Bosnia and Herzegovina

City :Sarajevo , Country :Herzegovina

Phone :(+387) (33) 665 444 , Fax :(+387) (33) 665 444

 

11. Bangladeshi Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil

Address :c/o Hotel Nacional SHS Quadra 1, bloco A, apt. 1011 Brasilia CEP: 70.322-900 Brazil

City :Brasilia ,Country :Brazil

Phone :(+55) (61) 3321-7575 / (+55) (61) 3321-1011 , Fax :(+55) (61) 3223-9213

 

12. Bangladeshi Consulate in Florianopolis, Brazil

Address :Praça Pereira de Oliveira, nº 64 8º andar Cj. 803/804 Centro 88015-540 Florianópolis SC Brazil

City :Florianópolis ,Country :Brazil

Phone :(+55) 48 223 6580

 

13. Bangladeshi Consulate in Sao Paulo, Brazil

Address :

Rua Princesa Isabel, 1740 Moema 04601-003 São Paulo SP Brazil

City :Sao Paulo Country :Brazil

Phone :(+55) 11 5533 2838

 

14. Bangladeshi High Commission in Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei

Address :House no. 10, Simpang 83-20 Jalan Sungai Akar Bandar Seri Begawan BC 3915 Brunei

City :Bandar Seri Begawan , Country :Brunei

Phone :(+673) 2 238 420 ,Fax :(+673) 2 238 421

Website : http://www.hcbangladesh.org.bn

Office Hours: 0900 to 1300 hrs. & 1400 to 1700 hrs. (Monday to Thursday)

0900 to 1300 hrs. & 1400 to 1700 hrs. (Saturday)

 

15. Bangladeshi Consulate in Sofia, Bulgaria

Address :5, Lajos Kossuth, 3r floor 1606 Sofia Bulgaria

City :Sofia , Country :Bulgaria

Phone :(+359) (2) 980 06 27, Fax :(+359) (2) 981 94 32

 

16. Bangladeshi High Commission in Ottawa, Canada

Address :340 Albert Street, Suite 1250 Ottawa Ontario K1R 7Y6 Canada

City :Ottawa Country :Canada

Phone :(+1) 613 236-0138 / 9 , Fax :(+1) 613 567-3213

Website :http://www.bdhc.org

Office Hours: 0900 to 1630 hrs. (Monday – Friday)

 

17. Bangladeshi Consulate General in Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Address :Room 4007, China Resources Building 26 Harbour Road Wanchai Hong Kong

City :Wanchai Country :Hong Kong

Phone :(+852) 2827 4278 / 9 Fax :(+852) 2827 1916

Office Hours: 0900 to 1300 hrs and 1400 to 1700 hrs (Monday to Thursday)

0900 to 1230 hrs and 1400 to 1700 hrs (Friday)

 

18. Bangladeshi Embassy in Beijing, China

Address :42 Guang Hua Lu Chao Yang District Beijing-100600 China

City :Beijing – 100600 ,Country :China

Phone :(+86) 10 6532 2521 / (+86) 10 6532 3706 , Fax :(+86) 10 6532 4346

Website :http://www.bangladeshembassy.com.cn

Office Hours: 0830 to 1300 hrs. and 1400 to 1700 hrs. (Monday to Thursday)

0830 to 1230 hrs. and 1400 to 1700 hrs. (Friday)

 

19. Bangladeshi Consulate in Havana, Cuba

Address :Avenida 3e, 2403, el 24 y 26 Miramar Playa 11300 Havana Cuba

City :Havana – 11300 ,Country :Cuba

Phone :(+53) 7 204 0093 / 94 / (+53) 7 204 4212 ,Fax :(+53) 7 204 0092

 

20. Bangladeshi Consulate General in Larnaca, Cyprus

Address :96-102, Zenonos Kitieos Street P.O. Box 40189 6301 Larnaca Cyprus

City :Larnaca ,Country :Cyprus

Phone :(+357) 24 659 200 / 1 / 2 , Fax :(+357) 24 659 203

Office Hours: 09:00 – 13:00

 

21. Bangladeshi Consulate General in Copenhagen, Denmark

Address :Skovgrænsen 5 2960 Rungsted Kyst Denmark

City :Copenhagen Country :Denmark

Phone :(+45) 45 57 02 72 , Fax :(+45) 45 56 68 88

Office Hours: 08.30 – 16.00

 

22. Bangladeshi Embassy in Cairo, Egypt

Address :18 Hayeet El Tadrees Street P. O. Box 12311 Giza Cairo Egypt

City :Cairo , Country :Egypt

Phone :(+20) 2 3748 1796 / 58 ,Fax :(+20) 2 3748 1782

Office Hours: Sun-Thu: 09.00 – 16.00

 

23. Bangladeshi Consulate in Alexandria, Egypt

Address :220, El Houryia Street Alexandria Egypt

City :Alexandria ,Country :Egypt

Phone :(+20) 3 5970294 , Fax :(+20) 3 5968805

 

24. Bangladeshi Consulate General in Helsinki, Finland

Address :Kulosaarentie 17 B 00570 Helsinki Finland

City :Helsinki ,Country :Finland

Phone :(+358) 9-684 8964 / (+358) 9-687 78911 ,Fax :(+358) 9-687 78 910

 

25. Bangladeshi Embassy in Paris, France

Address :109, Avenue Henri Martin 75016 Paris France

City :Paris ,Country :France

Phone :(+33) 1 46.51.90.33 / (+33) 1 46.51.98.30 , Fax :(+33) 1 46.51.90.35

Website :http://www.banglaemb-paris.org

Office Hours: Monday to Friday from 09 : 00 hrs to 17 : 00 hrs

 

26. Bangladeshi Embassy in Berlin, Germany

Address :Dovestrasse 1, 5th floor 10587 Berlin Germany

City :Berlin ,Country :Germany

Phone :(+49) 30 398 975 32 ,Fax :(+49) 30 398 975 10

Website :ttp://www.bangladeshembassy.de

:Office Hours: Mon.- Fri. 9:00-13.00 and 14.00-17.00

 

27. Bangladeshi Consulate General in Hamburg, Germany

Address :Billhorner Kanalstrasse 69 Hamburg 20539 Germany

City :Hamburg – 20539 ,Country :Germany

Phone :(+49) 40 789 484 37 Fax :(+49) 40 789 04 01

Office Hours: Mon-Fri: 09.00-12.00

 

28. Bangladeshi Consulate General in Munich, Germany

Address :Wittelsbacherplatz 1 München 80333 Germany

City :München – 80333 , Country :Germany

Phone :(+49) 89 286 401 57 ,  Fax :(+49) 89 286 401 60

 

29. Bangladeshi Consulate in Bremen, Germany

Address :Martinistrasse 58 Bremen 28195 Germany

City :Bremen – 28195 Country :Germany

Phone :(+49) 421 176 02 48 , Fax :(+49) 421 145 06

Office Hours: 09.00-12.00

 

30. Bangladeshi Consulate in Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Address :Schnappbornweg 75 Frankfurt am Main 60599 Germany

City :Frankfurt am Main – 60599 , Country :Germany

Phone :(+49) 69 661 243 24 , Fax :(+49) 69 661 243 26

Office Hours: Mon-Fri: 09.00-16.00

 

31. Bangladeshi Consulate in Potsdam, Germany

Address :Eisenhartstrasse 2 Potsdam 14469 Germany

City :Potsdam – 14469 Country :Germany

Phone :(+49) 331 27 87 25 , Fax :(98-21) 877 8295

Office Hours: Mon-Fri: 09.00-12.00

 

32. Bangladeshi Embassy in Athens, Greece

Address :119 Marathonodromon 154 52, Palaio Psychiko Greece

City :Athens Country :Greece

Phone :(+30) 210-67 20 250 Fax :(+30) 210-67 54 513

Website :http://bdembassyathens.gr

Office Hours: 0900 hrs.-1630 hrs.

 

33. Bangladeshi Consulate General in Reykjavik, Iceland

Address :Klettagardar 23 104 Reykjavik Iceland

City :Reykjavik – 00197 , Country :Iceland

Phone :(+354) 533 2600 , Fax :(+354) 533 2620

 

34. Bangladeshi High Commission in New Delhi, India

Address :EP-39, Dr. Radhakrishana Marg Chanakyapuri New Delhi, 110024 India

City :New Delhi – 110024 , Country :India

Phone :(+91) 11-2412 1389 to 94 , Fax :(+91) 11-2687 8953 / 5

 

35. Bangladeshi Representative Office in Agartala, India

Address :Kunjaban, Near Circuit House Agartala, Tripura India

City :Agartala , Country :Tripura India

Phone :(+91) 381 22-4807 / (+91) 381 22-5260 ,Fax :(+91) 381 22 4807

Office Hours: Mon-Thu: 0830 to 1300 hrs. & 1400 to 1630 hrs. Fri: 0830 to 1200 hrs.

& 1400 to 1630 hrs.

 

36. Bangladeshi Deputy High Commission in Kolkata, India

Address :9 Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Sarani Kolkata 700017 India

City :Kolkata – 700017 Country :India

Phone :(+91) 33 4012 7500 Fax :(+91) 33 4012 7555

 

37. Bangladeshi Embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia

Address :Jalan Taman Ubud-1, No.-5 Kuningan Timur A-13 Kav

10 Kuningan Jakarta Selatan 12950 Indonesia

City :Jakarta – 12950 Country :Indonesia

Phone :(+62) 21-5292 1271 – 2 Fax :(+62) 21-525 1143

Website :http://sites.google.com/site/bangladeshembassyjakarta/

Office Hours: 0900 to 1700 hrs

 

38. Bangladeshi Embassy in Tehran, Iran

Address :Building No.120 (old-58), corner of Maryam Alley Vanak Street,

Vanak P.O Box 11365-3711 Tehran Iran

City :Tehran Country :Iran

Phone :(+98) 21-8806-3073 to 6 / (+98) 21-8805-9481 Fax :(+98) 21-8803-9965

Office Hours: Sat-Thu: 09.00 – 16.00

 

39. Bangladeshi Embassy in Bagdad, Iraq

Address :House No. 9, Road No. 13, Area No. 915 Jadria Baghdad Iraq

City :Baghdad Country :Iraq

Phone :(+964) 781 578 7571 / (+964) 750 360 9745

Office Hours: 0800 to 1400 hrs.

 

40. Bangladeshi Embassy in Rome, Italy

Address :Via Antonio Bertoloni 14 00197 Rome Italy

City :Rome Country :Italy

Phone :(+39) 06-8083595 / (+39) 06-8078541

Fax :(+39) 06 808 4853

Website :http://www.bangladeshembassyinitaly.com

Office Hours: Monday – Thursday: 09.30-13.00 – 14.30-17.00 Friday: 09.30-13.30 – 15.30-17.00

 

41.Bangladeshi Consulate General in Naples, Italy

Address :Via Petrarca, 50 80100 Napoli Italy

City :Napoli Country :Italy

Phone :(+39) 08 1832 6111 Fax :(+39) 08 1832 6225

 

42. Bangladeshi Consulate General in Milan, Italy

Address :Via Giambellino 7 20146 Milano Italy

City :Milano Country :Italy

Phone :(+39) 02-422 93797 / (+39) 02-423 3818 Fax :(+39) 02-489 50035

Office Hours: 09.30 to 17.00

 

43. Bangladeshi Consulate General in Florence, Italy

Address :Via Pellicceria 6 50123 Firenze Italy

City :Firenze Country :Italy

Phone :(+39) 05 521 7500 Fax :(+39) 05 521 7500

 

44. Honorary Consulate of Bangladesh in Catania, Italy

Address :Corso Italia, 157 95127 Catania

City :Catania , Country :Italy

Phone :095-372721 ,Fax :095-375220

 

45. Bangladeshi Consulate General in Bari, Italy

Address :65 Ruee Lausanne, 1202 Geneva

City :Bari Country :Italy

Phone :(+39) 08 062 6755 , Fax :(+39) 08 062 9262

 

46. Bangladeshi Consulate General in Palermo, Italy

Address :Piazza Vittorio Emanuele Orlando, 41 90100 Palermo Italy

City :Palermo ,Country :Italy

Phone :(+39) 09 1611 1484 , Fax :(+39) 09 1611 1484

 

47. Bangladeshi Consulate in Genoa, Italy

Address :Via Ippolito d Este, 3/2 16121 Genova Italy

City :Genoa Country :Italy

Phone :(+39) 01 0530 3024 / (+39) 392 151 1076 Fax :(+39) 01 0530 3024

(+39) 01 059 3168

 

48. Bangladeshi Consulate in Kingston, Jamaica

Address :Mussson (Jamaica) Limited 178 Spanish Town Road Kingston 11 Jamaica

City :Kingston Country :Jamaica

Phone :(+1 876) 923-8443 Fax :(+1 876) 923-8903

 

49. Bangladeshi Embassy in Tokyo, Japan

Address :4-15-15, Meguro, Meguro-ku Tokyo 153-0063 Japan

City :Tokyo – 153-0063 Country :Japan

Phone :(+81) 3 5704-0216 / 7 / 8 Fax :(+81) 3 5704-1696

Website :http://www.bdembassy.jp

Office Hours: 09.00 to 17.00 with a lunch break from 13.00 to 14.00.

 

50. Bangladeshi Embassy in Amman, Jordan

Address :3510 Um Uthaina, Ibrahim Al-Ghazlani Street Villa No. 07 Amman Jordan

City :Amman , Country :Jordan

Phone :(+962) 6 552 9192 – 3 Fax :(+962) 6 552-9194

Website :http://www.bdembassyamman.com

Office Hours: Open: 0800 to 1600 hrs. Sunday to Thursday Week Holidays: Friday and Saturday

 

51. Bangladeshi High Commission in Nairobi, Kenya

Address :Ole Odume Road off Argwings Khodek Road P. O. Box 41645 Nairobi Kenya

City :Nairobi ,Country :Kenya

Phone :(+254) 20 386 2816 / (+254) 20 387 0467 Fax :(+254) 20 387 4133

Website :http://www.bdootnairobi.com

Office Hours: Monday – Friday: 0900 to 1700 hr

 

52. Bangladeshi High Commission in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Address :Block-1, Lorong Damai-7 Jalan Damai Kuala Lumpur 55000 Malaysia

City :Bandar Seri Begawan – 55000 Country :Malaysia

Phone :(+60) 3 2148 7940 / (+60) 3 2143 0768 Fax :(+60) 3 2141 3381

Website :http://www.bangladesh-highcomkl.com

Office Hours: Monday – Friday 9.00 am – 5.00 pm

 

53. Bangladeshi High Commission in Male, the Maldives

Address :M. Kurinbee Lodge, 5th Floor Izzudheen Magu Male Maldives

City :Male , Country :Maldives

Phone :(+960) 3315 541 / (+960) 3320 859 Fax :(+960) 3315 543

Office Hours: Sun-Thu: 08.00-13.30 and 14.10-16.30

 

54. Bangladeshi Consulate in Bamako, Mali

Address :Ets. Dionke Yaranagore, Immeuble D. Yarangaore Avenue OUA Faladie B. P. 2998 Bamako Mali

City :Bamako , Country :Mali

Phone :(+223) 2020 8936 Fax :(+223) 2020 6233

 

55. Bangladeshi Consulate in Sittwe, Myanmar

Address :56, South Lanmadaw Quarters Main Road Sittwe, Rakhaine State Myanmar

City :Sittwe , Country :Myanmar

Phone :(+95) 43 21 126 / (+95) 43 23 968

Office Hours: Mon-Thu: 08.30 to 13.00 and 14.00 to 16.30 Fri: 08.30 to 12.30 and 14.00 to 16.30

 

56. Bangladeshi Embassy in Kathmandu, Nepal

Address :Shanti Ashram, Ward No. 4, Kitta No. 9 Maharajgunj,

Chakrapath (Ring Road) GPO Box 789 Kathmandu 2 Nepal

City :Kathmandu Country :Nepal

Phone :(+977) 1 437 2843 / 0438 Fax :(+977) 1 437 3265

Website :http://www.bangladoot.org.np

 

57. Bangladeshi Embassy in The Hague, the Netherlands

Address :Wassenaarseweg 39 2596 CG, The Hague Netherlands

City :The Hague Country :Netherlands

Phone :(+31) 70 328 3722 Fax :(+31) 70 328 3524

Website :http://www.bangladeshembassy.nl

 

58. Bangladeshi Embassy in Yangon, Myanmar

Address :11/B, Than Lwin Road P.O. Box 70 Yangon Myanmar

City :Yangon ,Country :Myanmar

Phone :(+95) 1 515 275 / (+95) 1 526 144 Fax :(+95) 1 515 273

Office Hours: Mon-Thu: 09.00-13.00 and 14.00-17.00 Fri: 09.00-12.30 and 14.00-17.00

 

59. Bangladeshi Embassy in Rabat, Morocco

Address :25 Avenue Tarik Ibn Ziad P.O. Box 1468 Rabat Morocco

City :Rabat Country :Morocco

Phone :(+212) 537 766 731 Fax :(+212) 537 766 729

Website :http://www.bangladeshembassy-morocco.webs.com

 

60. Bangladeshi Consulate in Valletta, Malta

Address :Delf Buildings Sliema Road Gzira GZR 1637 Malta

City :Valletta Country :Malta

Phone :(+356) 21 345 005 , Fax :(+356) 21 336 357 / (+356) 21 330 916

 

61. Bangladeshi Consulate in Auckland, New Zealand

Address :Apartment 7P Harvard on Hobson 147 Hobson Street P.O. Box 68088 Auckland 1145 New Zealand

City : Auckland ,Country :New Zealand

Phone : (+64) 9 302 0545 Fax :(+64) 9 302 0549

 

62. Bangladeshi Embassy in Muscat, Oman

Address :Villa No. 4207, Way No. 3052, Shatti Al Qurum P.O. Box No. 3959 Postal Code 112, Ruwi Muscat Oman

City :Muscat, Country :Oman

Phone :(+968) 24 698 660 Fax :(+968) 24 698 789

Office Hours: 08.30-16.30

 

63. Bangladeshi High Commission in Islamabad, Pakistan

Address :House No. 1, Street No. 5 F-6/3, Islamabad Pakistan

City :Islamabad

Country :Pakistan

Phone :(+92) 51 2279 267 ,Fax :(+92) 51 2279 266

Website :http://www.bdhcpk.org

Office Hours: 0830 to 1600 hrs.

 

64. Bangladeshi Deputy High Commission in Karachi, Pakistan

Address :75/II, Main Khayaban-e-Bahria Phase-V, Defence Housing Authority Karachi Pakistan

City :Karachi , Country :Pakistan

Phone :(+92) 21 3534 0029 / 184 Fax :(+92) 21 3534 0031

Website :http://www.bddhc-karachi.org